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Lecture 23

Psychology 46-330 Lecture 23: Notes on Conclusion of the Course

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Department
Psychology
Course
46-330
Professor
Ken Cramer
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 23 on Conclusion of the Course Original Goal of the course  Six criteria of evaluation in many contexts  Grand theory reassemblies (there is no such thing as a grand theory)  Personality as a time machine (you're watching you all over again)  Ongoing personal analysis and reflection (a never-ending reflection)  What makes human beings similar? Universal Mechanics  What makes us different? Our master motives  Catt/Eys  your personality is already set  Erikson  disagrees, we develop our personality throughout life  Many therapists lean on psychoanalytic techniques  Trait Perspective: Don't measure universal traits, focus on what we actually want to measure  Behaviour/Social Learning: line between behaviourism and cognition is very fuzzy  Humanist/Existential  Cognitive Perspective: not sure if it will stay Assumptions of Human Nature:  No clear cut between
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